September First Friday
Artist Angie Seykora’s Ply Remains for First Friday September
P L Y; An Installation by Angie Seykora will remain installed in M-AAA’s Convening Space for First Friday September 7, 6:00–8:00 p.m. Join us and explore Nebraska artist Seykora’s formal, sculptural works that investigate and celebrate the inherent characteristics of manufactured materials through a physically engaged process of making.
P L Y presents works installed in direct communication with the space. The artist wants the audience to be challenged to look beyond the surface of what may appear to be visually familiar and to reconcile their initial assumptions with the prescribed value and understanding of materials, process and the handmade form. The works are objects of visual stimulation celebrating discovery through the act of making and potential within the seemingly accepted, yet often unknown.
A note: Our KC Crossroads Community is mourning the loss of Erin Langhofer during August First Friday. September will include memorial activities as well as some change in activity. Please read more.
About Angie Seykora
Angie Seykora currently lives and works in Omaha, Nebraska. Seykora received an MFA in Sculpture from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. Her work has been recognized by Amplify Arts in Omaha, Nebraska through an Unrestricted Artist Grant in 2018 and by the Nebraska Arts Council in 2016 through an Individual Artist Fellowship. In 2013, she was presented with the Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture award from the International Sculpture Center, where she was selected for the Art-St-Urban Sculpture Residency in St. Urban, Switzerland. Angie Seykora is an instructor of sculpture at Creighton University. Her work is exhibited and collected on a national and international level.